All about father/founder of colour revolutions (green,black white,red) in INDIA

By | September 14, 2017

Colour revolutions is a term that is widely used by worldwide media to describe various related movements that developed in several countries.  In this post we are going to see about all the revolutions which were focused for the different areas like agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture, dairy products, poultry, meat etc.

Father/Founder of colour revolutions in INDIA

Name of colour revolutions Dedicated for the field Father of colour Revolutions
Green revolution Agriculture M.S.SWAMINATHAN
White revolution or Operation flood  Milk/Dairy products VERGHESE KURIEN
Blue revolution Fish & Aqua DR.ARUN KRISHNAN
golden revolution Fruits, Honey, Horticulture NIRPAKH TUTEJ
Silver revolution Eggs INDIRA GANDHI
Black revolution Crude Oil
Yellow revolution Oil Seeds SAM PITRODA
Pink revolution Pharmaceuticals, Prawns, Onion DURGESH PATEL
Gray revolution Fertilizers
Brown revolution Leather, Coco HIRLAL CHAUDRI
Red revolution Meat VISHAL TEWARI
Round revolution Potato
Golden revolution Jute
Silver fiber revolution Cotton

Green Revolution

The key factor behind the Green colour Revolution is  to enhance The  crop yield. Food is very important for the human being to survive and To do work

Green revolution took place  in India in 1960. M S Swaminathan is known as father of Green revolution in India.The main features of the Green Revolution are given below

  • Introduction of the high yielding variety of seeds
  • Increase use of fertilizers and pesticides to reduce the agricultural losses
  • Introduction of the Agricultural Machinery Like tractor thresher and harvester

White colour Revolution or Operation Flood

White colour Revolution or Operation Flood was launched in 1970 by National Dairy development board With the vision of transforming India from the milk deficient country to the milk producing country.India  surpassed USA in milk production in 1998  due to White Revolution. Verghese Kurien Is known as the father of white revolution

Blue colour revolution

The term blue colour revolution refers to the remarkable emergence of aquaculture as an important and highly productive agricultural activity. Aquaculture refers to all forms of active culturing of aquatic animals and plants, occurring in marine, brackish, or fresh waters.Blue revolution started in India in 1970 Through the fish farmers Development Agency. Dr. Hiralal Chaudhuri  and Dr. Arun Krishnsnan  known as Father of Blue revolution.

Golden colour revolution

Golden revolution started in the period between 1991-2003. This revolution was standard about increasing the produceof  horticulture products and honey. Nirpakh Tutej is known as father of Golden revolution.

Silver revolution

Silver colour revolution was centred around practice of raising poultry, such as chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, as a subcategory of animal husbandry, for the purpose of farming meat or eggs for food. Indira Gandhi is known as father of silver revolution.

Yellow colour Revolution

Yellow colour Revolution was launched to increase the production of Edible oil seeds. In this revolution I have implantation of hybrid mustard and sesame seeds took place which increased the production of edible oil by the significant amount It was launched in 1987. Sam Pitroda is Known as father of Yellow Revolution.

Pink revolution

Pink revolution was launched to increase the Pharmaceutical,Onion and prawn production in India. Durgesh Patel is known as father of pink revolution.

Grey colour revolution

Green colour revolution was launched in India to increase the manufacturing of fertilizer. through this moment government establishes many fertilizing manufacturing units throughout the country.




5 thoughts on “All about father/founder of colour revolutions (green,black white,red) in INDIA

  1. Md Babar Ali

    it is important for all competitive examination…. so you would like this post

  2. Gourab Saha

    According to some books, Father of Golden Revolution in in india is KL Chadda.


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